Marvel's The Avengers is wrapping up filming in Cleveland, Ohio and The Plain Dealer has posted a few more details about what was filmed this weekend and what's to come. Here are excerpts from the article that cover things we haven't mentioned before:
The movie's reception in Cleveland 'made a favorable impression on the filmmakers. First there were the long lines of people who signed up to become extras in the film. Then, hundreds of people lined areas outside the sets to watch the shooting.
"It was great to see them come out every day," said Jeremy Latcham, co-producer of the movie for Marvel Studios. "They took tons of pictures and put them up on the Internet, which is just great.
"Cleveland has been amazing. We wanted a real street feeling to the scenes, and we got that," he said.
On Friday and Saturday night, Scarlett Johansson filmed scenes at an old warehouse on Ashland Road near Longfellow Avenue, off Cedar Road near the Norfolk Southern railroad tracks. The warehouse was the site of top secret filming and doubled as a Russian facility.
The Lakeside Courthouse building will be the stage of a scene to be shot Monday night.
Latcham said some members of the cast will travel to New York for two days to wrap up the filming.
"After that Joss takes it all back to L.A. and creates the movie," he said.
And that highly-anticipated movie will hit theaters on May 4, 2012.
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